Episode 326: The WGA Strike
2 hours ago
A brief-yet-ongoing journal of all things Carmi. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll reach for your mouse to click back to Google. But you'll be intrigued. And you'll feel compelled to return following your next bowl of oatmeal. With brown sugar. And milk.
My husband and the 14yo are away for a few days on a retreat. I'm finding it difficult to pull together mealtime for the rest of us in their absence.
The good news is, my oldest son has created a new sandwich and he cooked supper for 3 of us tonight.
A neat but elegant setting.
mealtimes we've had....
eldest used to fall asleep into his supper
2nd ate everything in sight
3rd threw everything in sight
4th viewed mealtimes as a major social occasion
5th?...i can't remember....he's thriving so i suppose it was all ok...?
so, does everyone use them?
The napkins in my house seem to stay clean but the pant legs and t-shirts sure do get dirty at dinnertime...
Who would have thought it? If someone had told me that someone could make a story out of a paper napkin and a fork on a red-checker tablecloth, I'd have said "You must mean Carmi". You see things most of us miss, and think thoughts most of us don't.
Which is why you can make a paper napkin and a fork on a red-checker tablecloth so compelling.
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